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Property on Crossrail2

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Crossrail 2 The Stations

Crossrail 2 is a new proposed north-south rail line connecting existing National Rail networks in Surrey and Hertfordshire, with trains running through new tunnels beneath central London.  This is the second of three blogs on the impact of Crossrail 2 on the local property markets along the proposed route.  The first blog which gives an overview […]

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Selling your garden

Selling Your Garden Are you in the fortunate position of having a property with a large garden?  If you are then maybe you might want to consider it’s potential suitability for development and if so how much it may be worth. Some key questions to ask yourself before you even consider whether this is the right […]

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stamp duty

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Stamp Duty – Should Sellers Pay?

The Seller Should Pay Stamp duty on homes sold for owner occupation should be paid by the house seller not the buyer according to a suggestion from the Yorkshire Building Society. Benefits to First Time Buyers Such a change would give a boost to those trying to get onto the housing ladder because it would make first time buyers […]

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Our new collection of properties

Properties for all tastes An introduction to some of the great properties available in our new collection to suit all tastes, likes and requirements and ranging from city to country to sea! The following is just a small selection – for full details check out our website at thehomecloud.xenacia.com/buy Country Lovers For fantastic country living in a […]

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Doomed to fail?

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Starter Homes Project Struggling

  Starter Homes George Osborne’s boast to his party conference last October and subsequently to parliament when delivering his spending review that “we are the builders” appears to be some way from delivery. Under plans unveiled during the spending review to build 200,000 ‘starter homes’ before the end of the parliament , which is based […]

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